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Public Record - 100 Years of Quebec Politics


Former Quebec premier Lucien Bouchard was part of this February 16th, 2010, roundtable discussion of the province's political landscape hosted by Le Devoir newspaper and the Institut du Nouveau Monde. Bouchard's comments on the current state of both the sovereignty movement and the Parti Québécois garnered considerable attention. He was joined by:

– Diane Wilhelmy (deputy minister for Canadian intergovernmental affairs in Robert Bourassa's government and former Quebec Delegate General in New York)
– Daniel Jacques (professor at the Xavier-Garneau Cégep and founder of Argument magazine)
– Carole Beaulieu (editor-in-chief of the public affairs magazine L'actualité)


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